James S.A. Corey delivers compelling SF that ranks with the best in the field. In Leviathan Wakes, ice miner Jim Holden is making a haul from the rings of Saturn when he and his crew encounter an abandoned ship, the Scopuli. Uncovering a terrifying secret, Jim bears the weight of impending catastrophe. At the same time, a detective has been hired by well-heeled parents to find a missing girl, and the investigator’s search leads him right to the Scopuli.
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“… kickass space opera.” (George R.R. Martin)
It reminded me of Dead Space in a lot of ways. Great ending. At first I was a little bored, but I was working out while listening, so I was distracted. I decided to go back to the beginning and re-listen to what I missed. I am so glad I did. Holden and Miller are a great mix of good people in two different ways. That is what makes this story good.
Great character development, excellent story, and the book pacing was spot on. I highly recommend this book, and I look forward to reading other books in the series
A very clever plot, great character development, and one of the best readers I have heard.
Too many to cite.
I am very much looking forward to continuing on with the Expanse series.
Pretty predictable. Developed characters but nothing much happened. Maybe I just have unrealistic expectations. Perhaps more action in follow-up books if there are any but I don't think I will be reading them.
No. It's just OK - good potential but not really that well written. There's so little time and so many better books out there.
Another sci-fi book where the dialog between men and women seems to have been written by frat boys.
Sci-fi power house.
He was acceptable.
Yes! I loved it from the start. Kept me interested and wanting more.
Very good story, entertaining and lost of Sci Fi goodness. The main character comes off as untouchable/preachy which can be annoying but only real complaint.
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